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correspondent pierre thomas. what are you learned, pier? >> diane, all night my sources have been calling this most the dangerous of situations. with that cabin up in flames those images prove they were right. my sources an tis palted this would end in bloody fashion. you can take dorner at his word. he said, quote, self preservation is no longer important to me. i do not fear death. as i died long ago. the situation is still dangerous. they've got to figure out a way to make certainer that dorner snot able to escape in that cloud of smoke. they're taking no chances. they describe dorner as lethal. someone well versed in the use of handguns and assault rifles. he even said he had a 50 caliber rifle. did he die in those flames? they're likely to use some sort of bulldozer to probe the building. they clearly decided to let mr. dorner die if he was inside. >> all right. standing by, watching this story. we of course will be staying with it to bring you every new development throughout this broadcast. but we do want to move on to the state of union. the president's focus will include jobs and
it was not unnecessary at all. >> not possible. >> see you at half time. let's welcome our guests. i am here with diane macedo who anchors business news in the morning on the fox network. and paul mccurio that makes for a great valentine's day present. it is called image makeover. and women continue want to be with him and men don't want to be him. it is bill schulz. and next to me is mike baker, the former cia operative and president of diligence. diligence, when a drone is an up close and personal, think diligence. diligence, making the world a better place for the people who pay us. >> well, it was as talky as it was clapy. that's what they said about the state of the union. it got off to a weird start. >> mr. speaker, the president of the united states. >> and then president obama spoke for what seemed like 59 minutes and 51 seconds laying out his agenda including raising the minimum wage and increasing infrastructure and attacking climate change and pushing for an "entourage" sequel. let it go. but then it seemed like he was throwing out ideas on the fly. >> we must do more to combat climate chang
right now. cecilia? >> reporter: diane, good evening. the situation is still ongoing. this is what we know. christopher dorner is holed up on a house on that mountain. two officers have been shot and wounded. los angeles police just went on live television to broadcast a plea to him. telling him, enough is enough, it's time to turn yourself in. >> if he's watching this, a message for himself is, enough is enough. it's time to turn yourself in, it's time to stop the bloodshed. it's time to let this event and let this incident be over. >> reporter: in the remote mountains above los angeles today, a violent shootout. gun fire as officers in s.w.a.t. gear closed in on the man accused of killing one of their own and tormenting an entire community for the past six days. the whole exchange broadcast on live television. authorities say the suspect, holed up inside the hillside cabin, is christopher dorner, a former los angeles police officer skilled in sniper tactics. >> during that exchange of gun fire, two officers were injured. they've been air lifted to a local hospital. right now, their
, the state of the union and the republican response. now, reporting from our nation's capital, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> and a good evening to all of you. we welcome you, as we gather with you to watch president obama's state of the union address. as he challenges congress and tries to harness public opinion behind his plan of action for the first year of his second term. >> the focus will be on the economy, diane. creating jobs. that's been the struggle of his presidency. the president believes he has the public on his side on that issue. most of the speech will be about that. but he has a new mission for his second term. ending gun violence and so much emotion around that issue tonight. >> emotion in that room and also this convergence with the drama we have seen unfolding today out in california. just to bring you up to date right now, the gun battle that was under way in big bear lake, california, you can still see the flames at that cabin where police officers believe they had trapped christopher dorner, the ex-cop who had been on a murderous rampage for the last nine
are living paycheck to paycheck. diane macedo has more. gad morning, diane. >> good morning patti ann. a new study says more than 4 in 10 americans are living paycheck to paycheck. one in ten can't even do that. the survey conducted by allstate insurance company not only shows the challenges americans are facing in a weak economy but many make unwise financial decisions even when they know better. according to the survey 59 percent of americans say they generally know how to manage their money. 47 percent say they are saving less than they should be. as for how they feel about their financial situation, half of the 1,000 respond ants describe theirs as excellent or good while half said it was fair or poor. 41 percent live from one paycheck to the next while 8 percent say they don't earn enough to afford every day essentia essentials. 80 -- 80 percent say they are better than friends and others say they are better off than their family. >> a school district bans kids from wearing jeans and t-shirts. wait until you hear why. do you toss and turn and stay up all night because of the changing te
. is it still happening tonight? >> well, i've got to tell you, diane, it's almost a thing of the past. not entirely. for the most part, the republicans are sitting on their side, the democrats are staying on their side. but there are some notable exceptions that i'm noticing as i look down into the chamber. first of all, you see senators lindsey graham and john mccain. two of the biggest headaches for this president, especially going into the second term, but sitting between them tonight, you will see senator chuck schumer, the number three democrat in the house. he wants to craft an immigration compromise with republicans. they're his two closest allies on that. so, they will be down there together. and also, i see, out of camera view off to the side, we have, for the first time in american history, two african-american senators. both recently appointed to fill vacancies. tim scott of south carolina, senator will cowan of massachusetts. and they are democrat and republican and they are sitting together also on the side. but for the most part, they are back to their battle stations he
'll show you, next. >>> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening. i'm diane dwyer. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. less than two weeks before pope benedict steps down, a massive crowd gathered to hear what could be one of his last public prayers. 50,000 people came to st. peter's square, doubled last week's crowd. >> reporter: in rome where there is no shortage of must-see attractions, suddenly elderly pope benedict is number one on everyone's list. today he delivered his weekly prayer from his balcony just as he has for nearly eight years, but this crowd was worthy of a rock star. iz exit from his last public mass on ash wednesday turned churchgoers into paparazzi. the hottest ticket in town? benedict's final audience on february 27 th, the day before he steps down. 35,000 people have already requested free tickets says
. go there. it is a very important organization. >> awesome. diane, where can our viewers watch you every morning? >> every morning imus in the morning monday through friday 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 5 ooment 45 for fox and friends. >> and bill i pick on you because i love you, you know that, right? >> there is pleasure in pain so i will take it. >> back to you, andy. >> thanks, jedediah. a special thanks to diane maceda, bill schulz, mike baker and dj jazzy jeff. i'm tv's andy levy. why not? and i will see you next time. , 2012. from rome. i'm shepard smith. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> every dollar we invest, we also have to invest in the best ideas. investing in world class care. we will invest in more capabilities. >> bill: so now the president doesn't want to spend tax dollars. he wants to invest them. does he think americans are dumb? bob beckel will weigh in on that. >> nothing has frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president has laid out tonight. >> bill: oh my god! marco rubio took a sip of water during his address. >> mr. rubio's spe
to have a full report on the latest incident when we return. stay with us. this is my friend diane. she's played by the rules her whole life. but then the rules flew right out the window. having just lost her husband, she stepped up and adopted her three grandkids, while working full time and caring for her brother, eddie, with cerebral palsy. i get the three children up. i walk andrew at eight i drop olivia off at eight thirty. spend a few minutes at emilio's school. i stop at the grocery store, and then i might do some laundry that has to be done. and then i have about five minutes. the baby sitter comes in and then i go to work. i'm not back home again until 11:30 at night. hard as she works, it's still a struggle to keep up with the bills and stay warm at night. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like diane's. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm this winter, call me at 1-877
, everybody i mentioned so far has the same thing in common. it is the same thing that diane keaton, and lenny kravitz, and the winner of the author book award have in common. and penny marshal, john mcenroe, and michael moore also have it in common. and what does mike nichols have in common? and oscar winning director, mike nichols have in common with brittany spears? remember, it has absolutely nothing to do with show business. it is what meryl streep has in common with the temptations. the most successful producer of our time has in common with oprah winfrey. it is what jennifer aniston has in common, with ed koch, the former mayor who died last week. what paul rudd has in common with c. everett coop, the surgeon general. obviously, i could go on and on, i will give you the final clue of what unlocks this mystery, of what all of these people have in common, every name i have mentioned so far has this same thing in common. and here is that final clue that should allow you to figure it all out. what does sarah silverman have in common with marion wright edelman, the president and founder of t
now. >>> we're gossiping away, aren't we? >> jim, take it away. you, i am sure, are not wearing diane. >> no, joseph is what i am wearing, but i was very interested in what was behind jeff ranieri on that last shot. i wonder if we'll have her license at the end of this. w warriors road trip continuing tonight. they tried to make it four wins in a row, but it's not the warriors' play that will have everyone talking. let's go down to nap town. game two, a road trip. third quarter, pacers up 12. david west knocks down a jumper here, indiana on a 13-0 run. we move to the fourth. steph curry takes over. there is a three here. it's a ridiculous crossover. trying to make a comeback, seven minutes left, paul george pump fake, gets fouled and makes the basket. the pacers up ten but he misses the free throw. it leaves the door open. starts shoving and then kchaos ensues and six technicals later in the front row, fans get a first -- that is a close upview of an nba fight. warriors lose 108-97. we move on. it doesn't matter if it is the regular season of the cactus league. it's always fun and the
workforce partnership program. diane joined the program because she was unemployed after having been laid off and was looking for a new career. diane has already been hired by a corporation in new holstein as a c and c operator. she started work literally yesterday. diane is with us here tonight. [applause] diane, congratulations to you and your fellow classmates. we worked with the university of wisconsin system in a new flexible degree program called uw flex option. [applause] to help adult learners earn degrees in targeted fields. nearly a quarter of all adults in the state have some college credit without a degree. for many time and money are the barriers to finishing that degree. i can relate. during my senior year at market university i was offered a full-time job at the american red cross. i would thought i squeeze in a course here and there and finish things off in a year or two. then tonette and i got married and we had mat, then came alice. next you're putting time and extra money into your kids. the uw flex option will provide a less time-consuming less costly way to help peopl
-- that is essentially dead on arrival anyway. >> if diane feinstein doesn't have the assault weapons at least let her have an opportunity to offer this amendment. >> will you vote for it? >> i don't know, frankly -- and she knows i didn't read her amendment. i didn't vote for the assault weapons last time because it didn't make sense, but i'll take a look at it. >> joining me now to take a look at it. editor for the new republic, good to see you, my friend. >> thanks for having me on the show, ezra. >> so that didn't sound enormously encouraging from harry reid, kind of sounded like the assault weapons ban will get a bit of a pro forma vote and that is about it. >> i think everybody knew going into the fight the different elements of the gun legislation agenda, that the assault weapons ban would be one that had the hardest road ahead. in part because you know you still need 60 votes to pass anything in the senate. and in part because the republicans control the house. and in part because the gun lobby has made this a very hard vote to have. now, i don't think it is a lost cause. i think if you believ
when diane sawyer and i will have complete coverage of the state of the union on tuesday night. i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." >> in the news, new video and information on the cop criminaller, christopher dorner. and the huge disaster trial happening right now in the east bay. we will have a live report with the details. >>> good morning. from mt. tam, certainly chilly still in our valleys. upper elevations, though, upper 40s. i'll let you know how an offshore flow will influence our temperatures this weekend and the week ahead >> good morning. thanks nor joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> here's a look from vollmer peak across the east bay. you will notice it is nice and
by judith brown dianes. bill, let's begin with this falsification by rubio and boehner. there was a study in new jersey which looked at the effects of a minimum wage hike. it concludes by saying we find no evidence that the rise in new jersey's minimum wage reduced employment at fast-food restaurants in the state. it goes on to say raising the minimum wage at least in this case actually increased employment. so what are these people talking about? >> martin, as usual, i have no idea. it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. by the way, one of the two authors of that study was allen krueger who at the time was a princeton professor and now is head of obama's council on economic advisers. so as a result of that conclusion, it's not surprising that he would suggest raising the minimum wage because obviously his work shows that does not reduce employment in any way. it actually helps people get jobs and helps bring people out of the middle class. >> judith, a worker making the current minimum wage of $7.25 an hour would earn $14,500 a year. now, the federal poverty level for a family of two is $
got me parched." diane brown writes "must wash down these lies, water, water." and randy martin offers this caption "i just killed my career." tonight there are more questions about the cop killer story in california. we have video that might be the last few minutes of chris dorner's revenge killing rampage. we're coming back with that. stay with us. our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages at any fedex office location. ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one...
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. >> stephanie: diane in lansing, michigan, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi diane. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i'm so glad i stumbled upon your show. i have an issue with the gentleman who called about the gun buyback program. he said that taxes pay for that. well, in my state they have people donate to that. they don't pay taxes for that. >> stephanie: okay. interesting. >> caller: i don't know what -- >> some jurisdictions it is taxpayer funded. some, it's not. >> caller: okay. i just wanted to make that clear. >> stephanie: thank you for that. appreciate it. >> here in los angeles, if you sell back your gun you get a $100 gift card to ralph's. >> stephanie: and a 99 cent store spatula. >> off-brand comet. >> stephanie: jerry in sacramento. >> caller: hello stephanie. i just wanted to sound a little paul revere warning here. i know we're giggly about how the republicans are killing themselves nationally but locally, they're winning the battle. we're fighting to keep our schools open here in sacramento. they're closing 15 -- i'm sorry. they're closing 11 elementary schools, displa
interrogation techniques. the targeted killing program and the use of drones. diane feinstein gavels in the hearing after an interruption from protesters. >> i ask that this room be cleared right now with the capitol police -- will the capitol police please come in and clear a room? -- clear the room? all signs out. if the capitol police will clear a room, please. [indiscernible] >> please clear the room. please clear the room. all right. we should clear the entire room and let people back in. >> we need more capitol police is what we need. will trylet's -- we and start. [gavel] >> begin this hearing and let me say right up front that the process is that people are respectful, that they cannot tear, they do not hiss, they do not show signs. this is to listen. if that is a problem for anybody ask you to leave the room now. because what we will do is remove you from the room. let there be no doubt. so if i may, i would like to begin. the committee meets today in open session to consider the nomination of john brennan to be the 21st director of the central intelligence agency and the fi
spoke about the bill, including andy diane abbott.t, n >> last night, mr. speaker, last night's vote on same-sex s marriage is widely regarded as a historic vote. ines the prime minister agreee m with me that it situated to all of the people throughout the decades and all parties and indo no party, behind the scenes andr in public who have worked for such a quality? and does the prime minister agree with m e thteat the vote proves that the arc of history g slowly but it bends towards justice? >> i agree very much with the honorable lady. i think the last night's vote will be seen not just as making sure there is a proper element of equality but also helping us to build a stronger and fair society. i thought many of the speeches made last night were very moving, very emotional and i would pay tribute to all those people who actually made this case, some of them for many, many years, saying that they want their love to count the same way that a man and woman's love for each other counts. that is whwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh a portion of today's british prime minister's question time from london.
find something like bipartisan support. back to the table dedrick muhammad, diane shotzenbach, associate professor of human development in social policy at northwestern university. great to have you all here. >> thanks for having us universal pre-k, walk us through the research here. this has been -- i made a joke the other day it is like -- almost like the joke about worthwhile initiative. it is like a liberal cliche that obviously this is a good idea and -- research just seems to grow and grow and grow. suggesting. what are the -- what are the below the headlines of the research that people -- folks may not know. >> i want to start by saying they are not -- not many areas where you see this level of agreement among -- people ranging from jim heckman to al krueger, ben bernanke, all agree on this policy issue which is that this is a really good investment for children. so calculates that every collar spent on high quality early childhood education pay as 10% return in the long run. something that's -- maybe not well moan is that studies have shown that this is the most effici
was a miracle, it barely happened then. diane feinstein's persistence i think -- she gets the credit for that. there was a commentator who has been big on this issue. >> david is my colleague and he is conservative, or he's -- actually i would call david a true conservative not a zany conservative. >> bill: yeah, i think you are right. >> and he has been blogging a lot ever since newtown. 600 accidental healths a year 15,000 to 19,000 accidental injuries. so he said imagine the public uproar if a vaccine did that. but guns do it and we don't say anything. >> bill: yeah, everybody would be demanding all kinds of action, right? >> sure. >> bill: to prevent that vaccine, get rid of it. and identifying who is responsible, and the guns we just look the other way. >> yeah. >> bill: we have to get over this insane obsession with guns and this almost worship of the second amendment. >> and again, the supreme court, thank you, plays a role here. >> bill: there you go. will we see immigration reform? we'll talk about that in the next segment. >> announcer: this is the "bill press sh
negotiating with him. they want to get coburn as a co-spon ssor on the background check. >> diane feinstein, chuck schumer. these people, they cannot push the republicans in any direction whatsoever. but wayne lapierre's mistakes, mika, week after week after week, his horrific performance on fox -- >> every single one was a cringer. >> the stupid thing they did with their gun app that little kids could play. on the month anniversary of the sandy hook slaughter. the commercial going after the president's kids. wayne lapierre did more to damage the nra than any democrat or liberal could ever do. >> he totally did. i can't imagine anybody who would look at his performance and say, well, that was produ productive for the nra. it just wasn't. he hurt himself and his organization. >> again, i saw david kaine last week on, i think, "anderson." did a very good job. very rational explanation. >> there is a debate there. >> there's a real debate over universal background checks. there's a real debate over all these issues, but the nra hasn't had it because wayne lapierre has been so extreme. >> all r
. it says it's taking actions to confront senior chinese officials about hacking. diane finestein says she has raised this with chinese official herself and she says they're in denial. kate and wolf? >> and this firm, mandiant, even uncovered, down to the specific person, some of the people involved with this. >> he says back to its own tracking, it's learned the handles of some of these hackers that go by monikers of ugly gorilla. they acknowledge that now that the chinese are on to them and know that they're on to them, they'll be harder to track now. but they're going to keep at them. >> scary stuff. brian todd, thank you. >> thank you. >>> all right. this is just coming into "the situation room." cnn's elise labott has confirmed that the secretary of state, john kerry, is expected to meet with syrian opposition leaders next week in rome, as part of his first official overseas trip as america's top diplomat. kerry said last week that he has some ideas on how to change the current situation in syria. he plans to address those ideas with european and middle eastern leaders while on his tr
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